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SHILLINGLAW marriages 1842-1900 Victoria Australia

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SHILLINGLAW marriages 1842-1900 Victoria Australia.

SHILLINGLAW (males)


William
married: 1842 Jean BLEMMER.

John
married: 1857 Emma Mary Agnes BOYD.

John
married: 1865 Annie MORRISON.

James
married: 1869 Mary Elizabeth HOLLY.

Philip
married: 1872 Sarah Ann KIDD.

Samuel
married: 1878 Agnes Mary MCINTOSH.

Henry William
married: 1885 Aimee VILLIERS.

Henry John
married: 1885 Elizabeth Smith WILSON.

William Joseph
married: 1886 Jane CALVERT.

Archibald Donald
married: 1891 Charlotte Ellen NISBET.

John Crawford
married: 1891 Emily Elizabeth GOFF.

Esmond Boyd
married: 1893 Jessie MACKAY.

Kenneth Robert
married: 1894 alice BENSON.

Thomas Edward
married: 1894 Amy Carol WESTOBY.

Walter Norman
married: 1898 Mary Ellen KAY.

Thomas John
married: 1900 Elizabeth Ann WHYTE.

SHILLINGLAW (females)

Carol
married: 1843 Edward EDWARDS.

Elizabeth
married: 1846 William Henry LONG.

Martha
married: 1855 William LILBORNE.

Emma Florence
married: 1855 Henry Alleyne WITHY.

Dorothy
married: 1859 Laurence Hardman COGSWELL.

Clara Eliza
married: 1860 John CHADWICK.

Annie
married: 1873 Frederick ST JOHN.

Catherine
married: 1873 James SIMMONS.

Sarah
married: 1880 Charles ALDOUS.

Jane
married: 1887 William James SOMERVILLE.

Ada Louisa
married: 1887 Frederick Estlin KEARNEY.

Edith Nellie
married: 1891 Edwin LONG.

Ethel Roll
married: 1891 John Henry ALEXANDER.

Charlotte Inez
married: 1892 Charles Mcpherson HOWARD.

Georgina Annie
married: 1892 Arthur William TOWNEND.

Elizabeth
married: 1894 John DOCHERTY.

Sarah
married: 1896 Leonard JAMES.

Catherine
married: 1897 Edward Henry BOTTLE.

Maud
married: 1900 William BLAIR.

Susannah CAROL
married: 1900 Robert ROYLE.

Compiled from the Victorian Marriage Indexes to assist others researching the SHILLINGLAW lines.

JN 38046

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Journals are intended to assist new researchers locate family lines in Australia and should only be used as a guide for follow up research and record searches as intended.
Due to spelling and informant errors appearing in the records, typo errors and my misreading of the records mistakes must be expected.
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